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Change and revival in traditional textile production: Mai Chau, Viet Nam

all text & images Suzi Garner
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Jpeg 36K mc8 The completed set of scarves made in the first round of dying and weaving. The mauve/pink thread was used for the warp, thus all the scarves have this tint to them. The Mai Chau valley, Hoa Binh Province, northern Viet Nam.
The completed set of scarves made in the first round of dying and weaving. The mauve/pink thread was used for the warp, thus all the scarves have this tint to them. The Mai Chau valley, Hoa Binh Province, northern Viet Nam.
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